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EtymologyEdit

From a- +‎ born

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AdjectiveEdit

aborn (not comparable)

  1. born, begotten, created, developed
    • 1996 September 26,, “A Tale of Exes and Ohs”, in The Daily Beast[1], retrieved 2012-09-14:
      After all, the author of "Portnoy's Complaint" and "Sabbath's Theater" has made a literary career out of fudging the line between his life and his fiction, writing endlessly aborn misogynistic protagonists teasingly named Philip.
    • 2009 May 31, “Star Trek”, in Ron's Log[2], retrieved 2012-09-14:
      ... or (B) explain it away as something caused by the circumstances of his birth: "Aye, we often see these moles on babes aborn on escape wessels under Romulan attack ... "

VerbEdit

aborn

  1. past participle of abear

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